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of arkansas. she then became a very high profile first lady of the united states for her husband's two terms in office. she was the first modern first lady to turn that role into a policy job and the first attempt at health reform. she went on to weather her husband's in-office infidelity scandal and impeachment in office. she became a senator from the state of new york and then of course that historic and very hard fought race for the democratic presidential nomination, concluding with barack obama winning the presidency, and then him nominating hillary clinton to be the highest profile secretary of state that our country probably has ever had. and we have had a lot of very high profile secretaries of state. >> so it's been quite a challenging week saying goodbye to so many people. and knowing that i will not have the opportunity to continue being part of this amazing team, but i am so grateful that we've had a chance to contribute in each of our ways to making our country and our world stronger, safer, fairer, and better. those of you who are staying, as many of you will, please know that
mining does exist in the u.s., in one place -- arkansas. that's why the state flag's most prominent feature is a big blue-and-white diamond. >> the flag of arkansas pays tribute to the diamonds that have been mined in that state. if you look at the flag, you'll see a diamond shape with stars inside of it, and also, the white field is in a diamond shape. >> arkansas was the 25th state to enter the union, and there are 25 white stars on the border. the blue stars stand for countries that have claimed the area through its history -- spain, france, the u.s.a., and one other. >> this star represents arkansas' place in the confederacy. after they seceded from the union, they joined the confederacy in 1861. >> arkansas withdrew from the union during the civil war, but it was a state divided. >> at that time, 60,000 people sided with the confederacy. however, 15,000 people from the state chose to stick with the union. >> nowadays, arkansans are united in their pride -- pride for their state's natural beauty and for their diamonds. in fact, tourists are welcome to hunt for the gems at crater
across the region including parts of oklahoma, arkansas, colorado and kansas. shovels around. then plows are already working but if the forecast holds they may not be able to keep up the pace. some areas expect blizzard conditions and accumulations of two feet or more before it's over. so before it gets that bad, many are making sure they stoblg up on supplies to ride out the storm. >> i live far enough out of town that it's not convenient and we have enough roads in the country that do get rather snowbound. >> reporter: some roads and highways are already slick, leading to accidents. and patrol officers warn it's going to get worse. >> if you don't need to go out, we are asking people to stay off the roadways, just because of the conditions that are deteriorating. >> reporter: and will be forecasters say, for at least the next 24 hours. you know, once the snow starts here and that's expected to happen in the next several hour, it's expected to fall well into the evening here. when it's all said and done, we could see as much as two feet on the ground. live in kansas city, i'm jay gray,
in arkansas. we'll come back. some of you will have a dry commute tomorrow morning to work. we'll talk about that and see if anybody can get home without seeing any rain. >>> the numbers show virginia's background check system works when it comes to keeping guns out of the hands of criminals. background checks have blocked more than 54,000 gun sales since the system was implemented in 1989. more than 16,000 of those individuals denied a gun purchase were convicted felons. >>> tonight a 6-year-old boy who lives at joint base bolling in the district is being called a hero. his quick thinking helped save his family's lives. >> reporter: i'm bruce leshan at joint base anacostia bowl, catastrophic damage to two homes -- bolling, catastrophic damage done to two homes but no one hurt. >> i woke up in the morning and i smelled smoke. >> reporter: 6-year-old chase van epps woke to flames just outside his window. >> i was like go back to sleep. >> reporter: but chase refused to be ignored like a lot of 6- year-olds. >> i was just looking right there and i saw everything bursting. >> that's when i j
was injured. they pulled off the ice without ever firing a shot. >> people in arkansas picking up the pieces after a devastating group of storms that ripped down trees and knocked out power to thousands of people yesterday. two people injured including a man who was thrown from his homecoming. lance auer powerful the storms were. another storm system is expected to move into arkansas late tomorrow night. -->> they have been feeling the pain. they will have a snow maker in the central plains on thursday. and will not get here until friday or saturday. it does not look terribly exciting for snow lovers. what is exciting, if you are not next to your television set, this is my favorite time lapse of all times so far. beautiful sunrise from this morning with clouds peeking through. i love it. then the clouds and then the rain. we did get some nice sun rises in d.c. before the rain. this was sent in to us from angela in falls church. we have another photograph to share with you from leesburg from glynnis. thanks for sharing those photographs with us. it's 41 degrees right now with a wind chill of
that is going to bring incredible amounts of snow and potential for ice across arkansas and missouri that's freezing rain a mix of freezing rain and/or sleet. you can see it is encroaching on portions of kansas and oklahoma. that's really dangerous. makes things very slippery as it accumulates on the roads and power lines. that's going to cause major problems. take a look where we are seeing all snow that's really where the bulls eye of the snow is going to be. it will encompass two-thirds of the country. the south side is the warm side that's where we see potential of severe weather. there is ice in northern arkansas where they could get half an inch of ice and that could be exceptionally dangerous. want to go over the threat for severe weather. we are going to see snow and rain and ice and potential for tornadoes. this is a multi facetted storm. it is cold in much of the country the table is set with snow and potential for severe weather across the gulf as well. >> let's take a look at the nation's capital. you can see it right there. home right now to the blame came over the looming sp
, 76-74. >>> florida has won ten-straight game, taking on unranked arkansas. first half, b.j. young the steal. to shawn madden. hunter mickelson, inside. gets the bucket to go. eight different players scoring at least seven points in the game for the razorbacks. second half, now. marcus kwauls. 2 of his 11 points. arkansas up 18. eric mercy, gets the hit by cody starr going the other way. alley-oop jam. nine points, four boards for him. arkansas, the first win over a top-ten team since 1999. they win this by 80-69. >>> that's your "sportscenter" update. i'm jorge andres. have a great day. >>> coming up next this morning, "the pulse." he is one of the greatest thinkers in the galaxy. should yoda star in the next "star wars" saga? hmm. >>> and sheer joy. the tiny train enthusiast. you really don't want to miss the cutest thing in the world. [ man ] she's not famous. but she's the star of my life. [ female announcer ] kay jewelers presents neil lane designs. from hollywood's premier jewelry designer. hand-crafted diamond rings, earrings, and necklaces. at kay, the number-one jewelry st
. >>> secretary john kerry says he has big shoes to fill. an arkansas couple's lottery luck is no fish story. details next. plus, a new study says chewing gum could be good for your brain. "early today" is back in two minutes. >>> good morning. here are some other stories making news this morning. new information for police show that the iraq war veteran charged with killing the navy s.e.a.l. chris kyle and a second man had been taken to a mental hospital twice in the past five months. ruth is also said to have told authorities he was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. >>> secretary of state john kerry joked about the pressure following hillary clinton and the former condoleezza rice. >> can a man actually run the state department? i don't know. as the saying goes, i have big heels to fill. >>> former president george h.w. bush is said to be feeling great, and he went out to dinner saturday night at a restaurant in houston. his first night out since being released from the hospital. he had a martini and stayed for two hours. all right. >>> a couple in arkansas are enjoying the pr
on the front porch of her home in arkansas. she struggled with addiction and mental illness for years. she leaves behind two young boys one of them only ten months old the infant's father record producer david wilson killed himself on the same porch last month. mindy mccready was 37 years old. >>> tomorrow morning we'll see rain slicked roads. i'll show you what you can expect for your morning commute coming up. >>> kron 4 programming is sponsored by your honda dealer. well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 1 year when you bundle tv and internet. rethink possible. with a free breakfast made just the way you like it. with a breakfast like this, you could pretty much handle anything. anything? anything. [ screams ] a rambunctious toddler? of course. uncle ra
is causing some problems across portions of arkansas, kansas and missouri. actually in arkansas, due to the freezing rain here, a school bus slid off the road, injuring some of the students and not just this, causing these delays and this disruption of traffic, farther towards the west into arizona, we're talking about the pga tour and that got cancelled here because of the heavy snowfall coming down on the green. this is actually the fairway here with the green in the background. absolutely white here. not something you would expect to see into the middle of arizona, desert there in the background. you can see the cacti sticking up. definitely it's not unheard of to see the snow down here but it really is having an effect on the golf tournament there and now all the energy pulling off towards the east. there are also widespread school closings. in kansas and missouri you'll see about 30 centimeters of snow stretching out towards chicago going into the weekend as that storm system tracks off through the east. wichita also the airport has been completely closed, cancelling hundreds of
is not recommended if you don't have to, especially kansas, missouri, portions of northern arkansas, northern oklahoma. eventually up to nebraska and iowa. the storm itself will impact everyone. the worst of it, right now, don't be on i-35 in kansas, the kind of snow you get where cars get stranded and stuck. we have thundersnow covering much of southern kansas. producing snow, about 2 inches an hour right now from arkansas border all of the way back over to oklahoma, to southern portions of kansas, this will be up in kansas city right during the peak of the morning rush hour. further to the south, thunderstorms will go through the dallas/ft. worth area. again, gusty winds, probably the worst of that. so, how much snow in is the bull's eye is going to be from i-35, what wichita to topeka. as far as the big cities go, the worst of it will be omaha, des moines, wichita. a minor snow event from minneapolis to chicago, milwaukee, des moines and further to the south. here's some specifics for the big cities. again, kansas city, best chance of getting up to a foot. but omaha and wichita, definitely
mother who was visiting from arkansas. eric thinks the mother came here with her boyfriend, a man wanted in arkansas for a felony probation violation. >> my daughter is, is in a dangerous situation right now. she don't know anybody down there. >> daddy going to come get you. i promise. >> eric has been granted sole custody. >>> temperature difference across our region. something else moving in. could create big problems end of the week. meteorologist, doug kammerer is watching it all. hey, doug. >> we talked about the temperature difference. some areas, 20 degrees colder than others during the day today. we have a mixture of rain and snow showers across the region the a lot of this not affecting to many people. winchester, clark county, virginia. loudon county. and reporting a little bit in the way of light sprinkle. light flurry activity. that is going to be it from the little system. the last in our series of clippers that have moved through. 30 degrees the temperature. gaithersburg. 37 in washington. and temperatures actually a little bit above where they should be this time of year.
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. much weaker schedule. florida has three losses including a bad one at arkansas. keep in mind, duke gets miami in cameron on march 2nd. if they win that game, duke will be a number one seed. >> doug: they shouldn't be a number one seed. their top six wins were december 8 or previously. the top five wins all in the month of november. >> seth: they still kouvenlt >> doug: they don't count if you don't have ryan kelly, you lose to maryland and maryland didn't have pe'shon howard, their starting point guard. >> seth: duke blown out at arkansas, better than losinga the miami. >> doug: a nine-point game at the end of the game. >> seth: a blowout. >> doug: 27 points is a blowout. >> seth: duke beats miami at home and does well enough in the a.c.c. tournament they're not a number one seed? >> doug: i'm willing to say there is a possibility but it's not like florida still doesn't have the opportunity to go in to missouri a team they've blown out and beat them, a team like michigan i don't think is of the will caber of the other one seed, we have miami, michigan state as well as indiana as our one
thunderstorms back into arkansas and even a severe thunderstorm watch. tonight no worries, increasing cloudiness late, not as cold. winds turn southwesterly at 10, lows 30 to 35. we'll come back and talk about who will make it through the morning commute dry, where the mix is going to be. there are some winter weather advisories and we'll see if anyone can escape a wet commute home. >>> a draft of a white house immigration report plan is getting a frosty reception on capitol hill. >> lawmakers working to craft their own overhaul bill say the administration is more interested in scoring political points than a bipartisan solution, but danielle nottingham reports the president's aides say that's not the case. >> reporter: republicans are accusing president obama of meddling in bipartisan immigration reform plans after a draft of the white house immigration reform proposal leaked over the weekend. >> leaks don't happen in washington by accident. this raises the question that many of us continue to wonder about. does the president really want a result? >> reporter: the white house is downplaying t
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. on "studio b." >> but first from fox at 3:00. a tragic end to a troubled life. police in arkansas report a country music star named mindy mccready, who famously linked he was to the baseball great roger clemens, apparently shot herself in the head. this came after more than a decade of very public highs and very lows, which started with her huge '90s hit, "guys do it all the time." ♪ shep. she behind the smiles in public, friends say she was dealing with all sort0s personal problems. drug abuse, arrests, even attempted suicide. then last month her boyfriend apparently killed himself. police say they found that singer's body in the same spot where the boyfriend died. the pair had a baby boy just ten months old. machine dimccready grabbed headlines in '08 when she claimed to have a long-time relationship've roger chem -- clemens. they met when she was 15 and he was married. he denied any relationship. we're live in the texas newsroom this afternoon. she also had some public disputes over custody of her kids. >> she did, and it all went back to the same thing. these drug and alcohol addic
who signed to play for the arkansas razorbacks only after tackling what may be his biggest opponent. jim axelrod is here to explain. >> reporter: good morning, norah. every college coach in the country will tell you the same thing, you want to recruit a high school football star then win over his mom. the drama playing out right now in college football is a public example of what happens when you don't. in the world of college football it might be the most important day of the year national signing day. >> the florida state university. >> reporter: the day when many of the best high school football players in the country sign the scholarship offer to play football at one of the many colleges recruiting them. it's a day full of drama. >> university of alabama. >> reporter: with the national tv audience tuned in to watch the announcements that could make or break a program. this year one of the country's best player alex collins missed out on signing papers and celebrating a scholarships. he's a highly coveted running back in south plantation high school.
-old singer suicide sunday and her arkansas home just weeks after himself.iend killed andrew spencer has more on the publicending to her life. was mindy mccready arriving to court in 2011 in a after going on with her young son. a year later it seemed delighted around, arned with a new man and baby. rex along struggle to regain child, who she of recentlycustody was establishing a stable with her boyfriend and then went in a bad direction after a kill themself. authorities have not yet case on david wilson's that. mccready claimed she had .othing to do with it >> o my god, no. he was my life. >> she struggled following his death. admitted herself into a psychiatric facility, >> she became so fearful of the stigma and the way people responded to her being hospitalized that she checked prematurely. now we have what we have. >> dr. drew treated her for three weeks several years ago. she faced early success in music, drugs and rehab. womanhave lost a lovely and it did not have to do happen this. also following a developing story in northeast washington. the search continues for driver behind a dead
. >> yeah. >> rose: why did you lose tennessee? >> well,. >> rose: and then you lost arkansas and i will come back to that in a moment. >> well, tennessee and the rest of the so-called upper south has been trending republican since the civil rights move oment. and in saying it that way i don't want to peg it solely to the civil rights movement. but if you look at tennessee, arkansas, gwyn gwyn. >> rose: north carolina. >> north carolina is still a partial exception but even like north alabama used to have liberals elected in north alabama and so forth. and there used to be a progressive strain, particularly in the upper south. and that began to change after brown versus board. >> rose: and then when lyndon johnson did what he did. >> of course he famously said we've lost the south for a generation, turned out to be two or three generation >>ose: here is the reason i ise the queson. because you have been talking about corporate lobbyists. president clinton said to me, and i said to him look, could you have made a difference if al gore had asked you to do more. and he said, frankly, i
actually going to hear from a republican member of congress, arkansas congressman tim griffin, lieutenant colonel in the army reserves. he joins me now. congressman, let me ask you this. on the sequester, i have heard speaker boehner today saying it's time for the senate to act, but the fact of the matter is there is no house bill with this congress. shouldn't you guys be acting at least simultaneously? >> well, we've -- many, many, many times we've passed bills, and they've gone where many good things go to die, and that's the united states senate. i think -- >> nothing right now. >> well, we also haven't passed a bill to repeal obama care this year, but that doesn't mean we've changed my position. the bottom line is i think everybody knows where we stand on this, and we passed two bills last year. it's always interesting that if you look at what the passes out of the senate, it's almost nothing. yet, folks are always wanting us to lead harry reid. look, we've tried 60 ways to sundown and, you know, i don't know what they got going on over at the senate, but i wish they would get togethe
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